Big Brother’s McJunior speaks on winning a R2 million cash prize

McJunior, a popular reality television performer, opens out about winning the R2 million prize money on Big Brother Mzansi and beating Makhekhe. McJunior Zondi, a 25-year-old aspiring writer, tells Sowetan that he had no plan going into Big Brother Mzansi.

Zondi claims it hasn’t hit him yet that he is this season’s winner, and his adrenaline is still racing. He also still believes he heard the announcement five seconds ago.

“I don’t wanna lie, I was also one of those people who thought Makhekhe was going to take it because he is a formidable competitor. I kept hearing his name in the crowd and before Lawrence [Maleka] called out my name, I had already made peace with the fact that I could be the runner-up. But when he said my name, I cannot put in words how I felt.”

Mzansi we have a victor! 🏆👑 McJunior has been announced as the winner of the #SyaMosha season. 🇿🇦

Congratulations to inkabi yase Atlanta!🔥 The R2mil 💰 is his and that’s facts on facts❗️

Click here to see his journey 👇

— Big Brother Mzansi (@BBMzansi) March 31, 2024
The reality TV star also reveals that being on the show was a crazy experience and it’s not something many can fully understand until you’re inside the house.He plans to use the money for businesses that he’s already implementing but doesn’t want to divulge any of them now, according to The South African.

Tshepo “Makhekhe” Tau is the runner-up after McJunior won the R2 million prize money on Sunday, March 31, according to Big Brother Mzansi.Big Brother reports that Makhekhe received 34.43 percent of the vote this week, while McJunior received 34.50 percent.After spending three months in the house, Makhekhe was unable to win the R2 million prize money by a mere 0.07 percent of the votes.In the Big Brother Mzansi season finale, McJunior defeated Makhekhe, Zee, Sinaye Mpumi, and Papa Ghost.